Nokia initiated to work on Graphene, which is 300 times stronger than steel

Its been reported that Nokia has just started to work on world’s hardest material “Graphene” for their upcoming smartphones. Company had received the whooping grant of $1.35 billion from European Union for research and development in this regard for next 10 years. Graphene possesses breaking strength 300 times greater than steel. Oh, and it’s also the lightest and best intrinsic conductor, too. 

If Nokia got successful in this research, you’ll be able to see transparent and even bendable smartphones in years to come. They would be the lightest in weight and will have super reliability since you won’t be able to break Graphene based smartphones with ease.

Have a look at graphene’s special properties in a short introductory video below…